The Deep South USA Blog
Hurricane Ida Update - Mississippi
Update: 1st September 2021 – Coastal Mississippi is grateful that Hurricane Ida’s impact to the region was minimal. As a Coastal region that welcomes over 14.2 million visitors a year, we maintain a high level of advance preparedness for storms and a commitment to quickly resume operations as soon as possible.
Memphis Hot Wing Trail
The Hot Wing Trail is here! You can fry them, smoke them, toss them in sauce; season them, smoke them and eat them down to the bone! So here's 20 wing spots in Memphis that you HAVE to try.
Culinary Scene in Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Since 2010, food trucks have been a staple on the Baton Rouge culinary scene. It all started with a snow ball truck and then social media, before it blossomed into a fully-fledged food truck revolution!
The Official US Civil Rights Trail Book Launches
New cultural travel book invites readers to share the journey of the civil rights movement and guides a deeper travel experience.
Happy Fourth of July!
It might be just another Sunday for us, but this weekend is America’s official birthday. With family barbecues, colourful houses and hundreds of millions’ worth of fireworks all over the land, there’s a lot to like about Independence Day.
Alabama's State Parks
From the foothills of the Appalachians through countless river valleys to the sugar white beaches of the Gulf, natural wonders are abound for the explorer in you. From caves and caverns to towering mountaintops, adventure awaits in Alabama.
The Natural Wonders of Kentucky
Kentucky is known for many things: the Kentucky Derby, the birthplace of bourbon, Muhammad Ali and bluegrass music, to name a few. Hiking and outdoor adventures are not the first things that come to mind when thinking about Kentucky - but they should be!
Get lost on Mississippi's Natchez Trace
Lose the car, we’re going for a walk. You won’t believe where this road will take us. Could be a waterfall, a ghost town, an ancient burial mound or even alligators – the Natchez Trace has it all.
Where the celebrations never really stop!
Jody Hanson, Director/Owner of Travel and Tourism Marketing, talks about New Orleans, Louisiana - the state of celebrating!
Glamping in Louisiana's State Parks
You don't have to leave behind your comforts of home to rejuvenate in nature. If you’ve been to one of the nearly two dozen Louisiana State Parks, then you know the kind of relaxation and inspiration that only the Bayou State can offer.